|Hometown||Los Angeles, California|
|Place||Top 17 (No actual place)|
X Factor Performances
|Audition||Free Choice||"When I Grow Up"||The Pussycat Dolls||Through to Bootcamp|
|Bootcamp 1||Judge's Choice||Not Aired||Not Aired||Advanced|
|Bootcamp 2||Judge's Choice||Not Aired||Not Aired||Advanced|
|Bootcamp 3||Free Choice||"Your Song"||Elton John||Through to Judges' Houses|
|Judges' Houses||Solo||"Help!"||The Beatles||Through to Live Shows|
|Week 1||Judge's Choice||"Just Be Good to Me"||The SOS Band||Eliminated by Simon Cowell|
Post X Factor
After her time on the show, Battle released the music video for her first post-X Factor single, "He Likes Boys". In 2012, she became a part of the new Pussycat Dolls line-up after their past members disbanded. In February 2013, Pussycat Dolls founder Robin Antin announced the group would continue as the "next generation" of the Dolls with their name being G.R.L. The group released their self-tited EP on July 29, 2014. One of the singles from the EP, "Ugly Heart", became a top 10 hit in both Australia and New Zealand.
On September 5, 2014, Battle was found dead in her home in Los Angeles. The cause of death was ruled a suicide.
- "Rain" (2008)
- "Just A Boy" (2009)
- "Material Girl" (2009)
- "He Likes Boys" (2011)
- G.R.L. (2014) (EP)
- Simon Cowell was the only judge who really liked her.
- She co-starred in the 2012 film We the Party, which also featured season 3 X-Factor contestant Carlito Olivero.